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INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS. BASIS FOR THE FUTURE PRESIDENT WILSON'S VIEWS. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
!FiTSR?£«T?OI'vAl, NEGOTIATIONS. BASIS FOR THE FUTURE PRESIDENT WILSON'S VIEWS. (Reuter's Service). WASHINGTON, Monday. President Wilson, in a speech in Congress to-clay, lays down the basis for future negotiations as follows: 1. That the cash part of the final settlement must be based upon essen tial justice in that particular base and upon such adjustments as are most likely, to bring a peace that will b.e per manent. 2. That peoples and provinces ore not to be bartered about from sover eignty to sovereignty g if they were mere chattels and pawns in a game. 3. Every territorial settlement in volved in this war must be made in the interest and for the benefit of the population concerned, and not as part of any mere adjustment or compro mise of claims amongst rival States. ,
CONTROL OF COAL SUPPLIES. RECOMMENDATION OF THE CONFERENCE. TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION SCHEME. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
CONTROL OF COAL SUPPLIES. RECOMMENDATION OF THE CON FERENCE. . TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRI BUTION SCHEME. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. An important statement was ma'-ie this afternoon by the Premier about coal. Mr. iPeake said he went . to Melbourne principally to attend the Coal Conference, which had been con vened by the Prime Minister to O.e cuss the question .>[ supp':os relative ly to shipping. The Confeveoce de liberated for two days, and finally arrived at the following recommenda tion : A Transportation Board to be ap pointed to serve for the period of, the war and, if considered necessary , for six months thereafter, to be consti tuted as follows Chairman, a re presentative of the Commonwealth Government ; members, a representat ive of each of thP States concerned (to be appointed bv the respective State Governments) ; a Commissioner of Transportation (.to be appointed by the Commonwealth Government). The Chairman to call the Board together from time to time as he considers necessar...
"The Chance of a Lifetime." A BIG SPORTING SENSATION. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
" iiitf oi a LifediQg/ «f* B3U! SPOftYlrtG SENSATiOW. CASINO TO-NIGHT. A"at Goulds famous racecourse ro mance, " iiw Chance oi a Lifetime,' one of the most thrilling sporting pictures er filmed, comes to the Casino to-night, and patrons to that ..ever popular resort should see some really good. (The big picture, which is over 5,000ft. in length,I fairly; bristles with excitement irom begin ning to end. It depicts the sensational race for the Askwood Gup, in which the owner of the favorite has backed his torse for over £&lt;5,000. In order to frustrate! the chances of the horse several crooks have been engaged to block him from winning. A most thrilling fight ensues on the course. The thrills are all here, enacted before .your very eyes with such power and excitement. that-, even. Nat Gould's fain oug book could not depict. Enormous crowds attended nightly to see this famous picture in Ade laide during the past- fortnight, where it was classed as easily the finest sporting dr...
FARMERS AND THE INCOME TAX. STATEMENT BY TREASURER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
FARMERS AND THE INCOME TATEMEiVJ" BY TREASURER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday .Referring . to the farmers' income tax returns the Treasurer stated to night : , "In order to make it impossible that thev will pay any more than they would have paid provided that the period; basis had not; been altered, any farmers sending in re turns as provided - by the Act from June 1916 to June 1917 can at the same time furnish the Commissioner of Taxes - and the earlier the better v- with what would havei beet$ .'their- return provided it had been calculated on the present harvest as it would have been in the old conditions. The Commissioner in every case will deduct from the tax the extra; amount he- had- charged owir - to the alteration of the period, basis. In cases where this is not done the Commissioner: will deduct 'the excess incurred. bv the alteration in the period from the returns next year. "The Govesrnruent will also agree to the suggestion of Mr. .1. .Sfciels that income tax pa idv upon returns re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
W. F. WELLS & GO, Clofhihg and Boot Pal ace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selectioa of Men's Suite for Quality, Variety, Cat »nd Finish, Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten i* the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri.rf. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men'e Hats, Shirts, Ties, &a. *" Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted ia all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much b& low the market value. 7 W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDEB-STREET, POET PIfilE. All SUFFERING FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE Si. MILITARY FORCES TO & Pi S.A.O.A.. G.S.O.I. RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. HOLLAND Consults personally every day from 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. at* J. J. NETTING, Chemist Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, ALEXANDER ST., PORT PIRIE. A. E. W. NOVICE. FURNITURE P...
GAME OF CARDS IN OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 13 February 1918
GAME OF CARDS IN OFFICE. Al| the Batluirst. Quarter Sessions Judge Scholes h«d before; him an ap peal by Edward Suttor, descril>ed £,s a stock and statioo agent, of Bath urst, against a conviction at the Bathurat Polico Court, 0n October 25, of being the keeper of a common gaming house. Suitor was fined £25 and a number ol leading citizens were e^ach lined -£2 for being found on the premises-. Mr. 'I'. S. Crawford appeared for the Crown, while appellant was . re presented by Mr. F. S. Bovce ( in structed by Mr1. E. B- Kenny).' Mr. Boyce mainly relied on the con tention that the game backer, whic-lj was being- played at the time the police ^ entered the premises, was hot 1 unlawful, inasmuch as it had ne- er been declared unlawful. Suttor entered the box, and state.1 i - the nigHt in question He ha&lt;! invited a few friends to his- office t-> have a game of cards. They wore playing banker, with a limit of' 2/ when the police entered the room. . The judgej reserved his?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
W. F. WELLS &lt;& CO., Glcithmg and Soot Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL MEN'S WEAR. Our Selectioa of Men's Suita for Quality, Variety, Cat and Finish, at Tailor-Made, cannot be beatea i» the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri.tfS. We are continually opening up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &o. Our Stock ia Exceptionally Well Assorted in all' Lines. These were houg&t many months ago to arrive, and are at the precent time much be low market value. W. F.. WELLS & CO. ALEXANDER-STREET, PORT PIRIE. ASS - - . Returned Soldiers SUKFE1UNG FROM DEFECTIVE SIGHT ARE SENT BY THE S.A. MILITARY FORCES TO Holland &. Pinchbeck S.A.O-A., G.S.O.I. BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. THE UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS. Mr. HOLLAND Consults personally every day from 9. a.m. titi 9 p.m. at J. J. NETTING, Chemist Alexander Street. ADVICE FREE S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER, GAS FITTER, &c. TANKS, BATHS, AND GENERAL IRONWORKERS, . ALEX...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
I-LaJL, GOING BIG SUMMER PR^PiftY «.t the BIG HOUSE is still theeenU'e uf attraction. The Big Reductions made in many lines is attracting much attention. These Bargains are going fast, so Call early and get your share. We quote a few Specials for this week. . LADIES' and MAIDS' JAP. GRBPE KIMONAS Special, G/ll each. A few only left, LADIES' TRIMMED IIA.TS, being sacrificed at 4/11 each. LADIES and GIRLS' PANAMA HATS, worth up to 15/9 each, our Special Sale Price 4/11 each SAMPLE TOWELS to Clear at Sample Prices. 12/4 White H.C. QUILTS, for this week oniy, 10/6 each. STORM FLANELLETTE, Special Sale Price 9/11 dozen. A Big Lot of ENVELOPES to go at 5 pockets for 17. CHILDREN'S KIMONA PRINT FROCKS, just the thing for the hot weather, a bargain. 2/11 each. A Small Lot of SAMPLE HOSE to go at 1/11 pair. A Lot of SAMPLE HOSE and SOCKS to be cleared, 1/ pair. STILL A PEW REMNANTS LEFT AT SLASHING PRICES 0 Pif-ees only Light Gound PRINT, good width and fine quaity, thrown out, 6/1J dozen. S...
BOY OF 16 MARRIES A WOMAN OF 42. DIVORCE AFTER SEVEN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
BOY OF 16 MARRIES A WOMAN OF 42. DIVORCE AFTER SEVEN YEARS. In the Divorce Coici, London, in November, says the Newcastle Weekly Chronicle, Captain Geoffrey O'Connell * petitioned, for a divorce from his wife Airs. Henrietta Elizabeth 0' Coon ell, nee Luscelles, on the grounds of h^r alleged adnlterv with a Colonel Ward a colonial officer. The suit was un defended. Counsel said that when the mar riage too'" 'Mace Petitioner was just over lfi, and the r^s^ontfent was 42. in 1°in r>»+Ujpr was on armv tutor's *>+ Fol'"pct~n?, and h^ '-ec^mp acquainted with I the] r?a-ondsnt through lier son, vvlio was about Irs own age. On her invitation, he went to stay with them, and .afterwards she suggested, and lie agreed, tliat they should be married. The lr.dv went to London in January, 1"10 and got a license ; and in February they went up to London and lunch c d together. A false moustache was , ought for petitioner, and this lis ,1 donned to give him an air oi matur ity. They were marrie...
COMMENTS ON PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
l|i^- COMMENTS ON PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. Newspaper comments praise Presi dent Wilson's address ;is leading to a gust peace, but several of them confess fjlicir inability to follow the President 3n his fine reasoning' that Austria has shown any real signs of repentance. - J (Such of the cable news In this issue as is so headed appeared in The London Times', and is cabled to Aus tralia by special permission. It should be understood that the oolnions given are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to be so).
LIBERALS AND NATIONALISTS. STILL' A DEADLOCK. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 February 1918
| LIBERALS AND NATIONALISTS. I - STILL' X DEADLOCK. ADELAIDE, ?flTedn^eday Tiier* is still. & deadlock, bst-rreec the Liberals and Nationalists over the Central District Legislative Coun cil seats. In reply to the request o£ the latter that th»; liberals should appoint repreBsntativeB for a further conference, tie Secretary of the Com bined Start and East Torrwia Com mittees static that the view at -the Presidaot is that , , be would not be justified in taking the suggested ac tion for such va^ue rumors. There is a feeling, however, that » propos al for one Liberal~ and one National ; ist may yet ba accepted. .